Silvers for Supper

Fishing Alaska’s Lake Creek for cohos, pinks, chums, a few spawned-out kings, and rainbow trout.

To Bite the Bullet

An overturned jeep, no water, and a charging elephant in the night. What else could go wrong?

Flying Firearms to Africa, Pt. 2

Fear of flying doubles when your flying partner is your favorite hunting rifle. But relax. Flying firearms to Africa is easier than you might imagine.

Flying Firearms to Africa, Pt. 1

Fear of flying doubles when your flying partner is your favorite hunting rifle. But relax. Flying firearms to Africa is easier than you might imagine.

South for the Season

This hunting outfitter boasts one of the longest rifle seasons in the U.S., as well as one of the only opportunities to take bucks in velvet with a gun.

Morning

Leave it to hunters and anglers to fully appreciate the best time of day.

Safari Words To Live By

Not knowing the local language while on vacation can be embarrassing. Not knowing the local language while on safari can be deadly.

Fish of a Thousand Casts

They’re not typically given the title, but Atlantic salmon in low water certainly qualify as “the fish of a thousand casts.”

Watch: Heartland Heritage

A waterfowler takes his father, brother, son, and best friend hunting, sharing the traditions that make the sport so special.

TR’s Revolver

His .38-caliber Colt has been stolen twice, was used in the battle of San Juan Hill, and was recovered from the sunken USS Maine.

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